Whether you’re off to the park for a leisurely picnic with a special someone, enjoying a beautiful day outside with a group of friends, or adventuring through the great outdoors far from civilization, there’s nothing quite like uncorking your favorite wine and enjoying a relaxing glass to complement the experience.
But toting along a premium vintage for your voyage, however, is not without its concerns. Depending on your varietal, your favorite wine might be best enjoyed served at room temperature. Others shine brightest when chilled. Very hot days can turn a pleasantly warm glass of red into a much less enjoyable experience very quickly, and you can forget about bringing along something more delicate, like a sparkling wine or most whites. And even if you are a conscientious, mindful recycler, glass bottles are not always welcome at all outdoor areas like parks or public trails (not to mention that they don’t usually play nice jostling around with the kind of heavy-duty gear that usually goes hand in hand with many outdoor excursions). Plus, uncorking a bottle is always much easier than re-corking one, meaning that saving some for later, if you so desire, isn’t always possible.
Unless, of course, you have a high-quality, insulated wine tumbler. Then it’s an entirely different ballgame.
All three of these pitfalls are very real if you want to enjoy your wine wherever and whenever you want, but they’re also avoidable. With the premium insulating power of our new Insulated Classic 25 oz with Pour Through Cap, you can keep your beverages at the perfect temperature for hours–whether that’s room temperature, or ice-cold. Wherever or whenever you want, your wine will always be ready for drinking! So you can take it with you to the beach, on a picnic, or to a friend’s house, all without worrying whether the temperature in the bottle will fluctuate and ruin the intended drinking experience you had in mind when you bought it. You can also skip the hassle of uncorking a glass bottle–just pour straight from the handy Pour Through cap, reseal your lid, and keep your wine at the temp it should be until you’re ready for more.
What temperature should you drink your wine at? Of course, that depends on which kind you’re serving. But the answers may surprise you–especially if you’re used to sipping on very warm reds. No matter what kind of wine you prefer, you’ll find that a convenient, insulated, easy-pouring solution to take it with you is a game-changer. Nobody wants to spend the time and money to find a perfect bottle for an event, only to resort to simply swigging down a glass of wine that’s borderline hot once it’s time to drink it. Likewise, it’s a pain having to fuss with the headaches of putting together an ice bucket or a cooler any time you want to enjoy your wine in a warm locale. The reality, of course, is that wine is temperamental–how good it is quite often depends on its temperature. An insulated bottle gives you control over that factor. Now, it’s up to you to choose the right temperature!